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How to cancel a World Cup

LONDON (Reuters) - It has never been done before and no defined procedure for doing it exists but, in theory, withdrawing the right to host a World Cup from a host nation should be an easy thing to do.

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Analysis - Fancy fast food shares surge in U.S. as Shake Shack draws shorts

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Investors seem willing to pay just about anything for a better burger.

Football

David Beckham unveils proposal for waterfront Miami soccer stadium

MIAMI (Reuters) - A group led by English football star David Beckham unveiled plans on Monday to build a 25,000-seat football stadium on Miami's waterfront for the Major League Soccer team he will own, but the proposal is already facing some opposition.

Football

Beckham launches plan to build soccer franchise in Miami

MIAMI (Reuters) - Former England football captain David Beckham announced on Wednesday that he has exercised his option to become the owner of a Major League Football team in Miami, promising to make it "the people's club."

Football

Beckham plans to make Miami team a global soccer franchise

MIAMI (Reuters) - Former England football captain David Beckham announced on Wednesday that he is exercising his option to become the owner of a Major League Soccer team in Miami.

Football

Beckham to announce soccer franchise decision in Miami

MIAMI (Reuters) - Former England football captain David Beckham and Major League Soccer will announce on Wednesday that he is exercising his option to become the owner of a team in Miami, sources close to the negotiations said.

Football

Beckham's search for Miami soccer stadium approved

MIAMI (Reuters) - Retired football star David Beckham and Major League Soccer (MLS) took a step toward fielding a new Miami team as local officials on Tuesday unanimously approved on-going efforts to find a suitable stadium location.

Football

Beckham lines up long shot - founding a Miami football team

MIAMI (Reuters) - From his tattoos to his finely chiselled physique and Armani underwear ads, football icon David Beckham oozes Miami-style sex appeal.